Recommended Academic Plan Biotechnology General Option ...

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Recommended Academic Plan

Biotechnology General Option (BIOTC Gen at UP)

Effective
Fall 2012 or later


Semester 1

Credits

Semester 2

Credits

~

MATH 140 (GQ) Calculus with Analytic Geometry I

4

MATH 141(GQ) Calculus with Analytic Geometry II

4

~

CHEM 110(GN) Chemical Principles

3

~

CHEM 112(GN) Chemical Principals

3

~

CHEM 111 (GN) Experimental Chemistry


1

CHEM 113 (GN) Experimental Chemistry

1

PSU 016 First
-
Year Seminar

1

%

MICRB 201 Introductory Microbiology

3

^
ENGL 15 (30) Rhetoric and Composition (GWS)

3

MICRB 202 Introductory Microbiology Laboratory

2

Arts (GA), Humanities (GH) or Social Behavioral Sciences (GS)

3

^
CAS 100 A, B, or C (GWS) Effective Speech

3

Total Credits:

15

Total Credits:

16

Semester 3

Credits

Semester 4

Credits

CHEM 202

(must be taken in sequence with CHEM 203)

or

CHEM 210 Organic Chemistry

(must be taken in sequence with CHEM 212 & 213)



3

CHEM 203

(must be taken in sequence with CHEM 202)

or

CHEM 212 Organic Chemistry

CHEM 213 Organic Chemistry

(must be taken in sequence with CHEM 210 & 212)

3



3

2

%

BMB 251 Molecular & Cell Biology I

3

%

BMB 252 Molecular & Cell Biology II

3

PHYS 250 (GN) Introduction Physics I

4

PHYS 251 (GN) Introductory Physics II

4

Arts (GA),
Humanities (GH) or Social Behavioral Sciences (GS)

3

BIOL 322 Genetic Analysis

3

±
LIST C FREE ELECTIVES

3



Total Credits:

16

Total Credits:

13
-
15

Semester 5

Credits

Semester 6

Credits

BMB 211 Elementary Biochemistry

3

BMB 221 Applied Biochemistry

2

MICRB 410 Principles of Immunology

3

BIOTC 459 Plant Tissue Culture & Biotechnology

3

MICRB 421W Laboratory of General & Applied Microbiology

3

BMB 442 Lab in Proteins, Nucleic Acids, & Molecular Cloning

3

±
LIST C FREE ELECTIVES

3

ENGL 202C Technical
Writing

3

Arts (GA), Humanities (GH) or Social Behavioral Sciences (GS)

3

Health & Physical Activity (GHA)

1.5

Health & Physical Activity (GHA)

1.5

STAT 250 (GQ) Introduction to Biostatistics

3

Total Credits:

16.5

Total Credits:

15.5

Semester 7

Credits

Semester 8

Credits

BIOTC 416 Microbial Biotechnology

2

Arts (GA), Humanities (GH) or Social Behavioral Sciences (GS)

3

Arts (GA), Humanities (GH) or Social Behavioral Sciences (GS)

6

#
400 LEVEL ELECTIVE

3

BIOTC 489 Animal Cell Culture Methods

3

BIOTC 479 Methods in Biofermentations

3

#
400 LEVEL ELECTIVE

3

±
LIST C FREE ELECTIVES

5
-
7

±
LIST C FREE ELECTIVES

3



Total Credits:

17

Total Credits:

14
-
16




Bold
type indicates courses requiring a quality grade of C or better.



Italic type
indicates courses that satisfy both major and General Education requirements.



Italic Bold
type indicates courses requiring a quality grade of C or better and that satisfy both major and General Education requirements.



GWS, GHA, GQ, GN, GA, GH, and GS are codes used to identify General Education requirements.



US, IL, and US;IL are codes used to designate courses that satisfy University United States/International Cultures requirement.



W is the code used to designate cou
rses that satisfy University Writing Across the Curriculum requirements.



~
indicates courses required to enter into this major.



%
indicates all 3 courses are required to graduate; a quality grade of C or better is required in 2 of the 3 courses.



#
any
400 level Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (BMB), Microbiology (MICRB), or Biotechnology (BIOTC) lecture course or Food Science
(FD SC) 408.



±
indicates see the Department List for exclusions see reverse side



^
indicates honor students should schedule ENG
L/CAS 137H in the fall and ENGL/CAS 138T in the spring. The sequence should be
completed in the first year.



To graduate, all students must earn a C or higher in 9 credits of any 400
-
level BMB/ MICRB/BIOTC courses except BMB
442,
443W, 444,
445W, 446
,
488,
496, MICRB 421W, 422, 447




Scheduling patterns for courses not taught each semester

Fall
-
only taught courses: BMB 251H, 400, 401H, 428, 430, 443W, 446, 464 BMB/MICRB 435, 450 MICRB 401, 413, 421W and MICRB/BIOTC 416
BIOTC 489


Spring
-
only taught
courses: BMB 221, 252H, 402H, 433, 437, 444, 445W, 474, 497B BMB/MICRB 432, 460, 480 MICRB 201H, 412, 415, 422, 447
BIOTC 459, 460


±

LIST C FREE ELECTIVES

-

With the EXCEPTION of the courses listed below, ALL courses appearing in the University Bulletin a
re acceptable as
elective courses: 6 credits of ROTC may be applied toward graduation requirements.


BI SC 001

BI SC 002

MATH 001

MATH 003

MATH 004

MATH 111

MATH 017


MATH 018

MATH 021

MATH 022

MATH 026

MATH 030

MATH 035

MATH 036


MATH 040

MATH 041

M
ATH 081

MATH 082

MATH 083

MATH 110

CHEM 001


CHEM 003

CHEM 108

CHEM 101

ENGL 004

ENGL 005

PH SC 007

PHYS 001


PHYS 150

PHYS 151

LL ED 005

LL ED 010

LL ED 123

STAT 100